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The Duck Commander and his sons are unashamed of their Christian faith and want to share the Gospel with everyone, from new believers to longtime followers of Jesus. Phil, Al, Jase, and their special guests go beyond the four walls of the church to share God's Word and study the Bible with you. So pour a glass of tea, and experience fun and inspiring stories of faith and family, straight from West Monroe, Louisiana.

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Phil says you need to take certain precautions when rolling up on his house. Jase goes into why medical "miracles" usually aren't miracles at all. He also uses a Black Crowes song to make a point about angels. Phil tells a story about the murderers who stayed at his place. Al addresses the false belief that sin is the cause of anything bad that happens to us. And the guys talk about how our hearts are opened to Jesus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil shares the mouthwatering sticky chicken recipe he got from Cajun and Creole cooking legend John Folse. Jase says no one can believe they eat squirrels and shares a few ways they cook them. The guys continue their study of Acts and take a look at how the miracles performed by the disciples inspired faith in some people and jealousy in others. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil thinks Miss Kay's car was damaged in the snowstorm, but that's not the real story. It's time to retire Blue, the dog Phil calls "the greatest retriever of all time." What the guys won't miss is the world's best duck dog peeing on everything in sight. Al recalls a guy who blacked out parts of the Bible that mentioned the Holy Spirit living inside us. And the guys discuss what people do in the name of religion, confusing the sin and the sinner, and why it's harder to reach older people with Jesus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil learns what pita chips are and that they have nothing to do with the ethical treatment of animals. Jase gets nothing but crickets when he tries to give a devotion to his daughter and her friends. During a severe winter storm, there's no going to the store, but in Phil’s neck of the woods, he IS the store. Al says the best word for parents to learn is "no." And the guys dig into Stephen’s story in Acts and his fight to get people to focus on the person, not the place. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil, Jase, and Al tell the stories behind some of the signs hanging in the duck call room. Willie's first business was booming when he was 12 years old, and the guys reveal his secret weapon. Phil gets a big kick out of Jase's ice mishap. Missy is not amused by Jase's cold-weather comedy. Al is not a fan of Bill Gates' stance on meat. Jase has a bone to pick with the religion of global warming. And Phil has two big takeaways from the aftermath of the snowstorm and a prayer for the people of Texas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil, Jase, and Al are stuck at home in the snow. Jase finds out why it's a bad idea for rednecks to run on ice, and his come-to-Jesus moment with a house full of teenagers goes too far. Phil is cut off from civilization. Al and Zach remember Rush Limbaugh and the huge impact he had on conservatism and new media. Al wants to know why the Biden administration replaced "equality" with "equity." And Zach takes a biblical look at division and cultural clashes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil talks with a brain surgeon, an emissary of the pope, and an atheist — all in one week. You know we live in trying times when Dr. Ben Carson requests a meeting with a redneck duck-call maker. Phil also describes his unexpected visit from a representative of Pope Francis, and Jase thinks the guy must have drawn the short straw. Phil shares his Gospel symbols with the emissary, signs a duck call for the pope, and makes a quick video tutorial to show him how to use it. Meanwhile, Jase is the target of a strange accusation and makes a big mistake when looking for a church to attend in Texas.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jase nearly sets his wife, Missy, on fire while trying to figure out how to operate his new yuppie fireplace. He also gets reprimanded for not having the right attire at a country club, but he comes up with a solution to save the day. Phil isn't country club material, and he knows it. Is offering our kids $100,000 not to drink until age 30 a good idea? And the guys discuss why we should focus on impressing God instead of trying to impress people. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil, Jase, and Al are joined by comedian Adam Carolla. Adam skewers the woke crowd's nonexistent sense of irony, discusses his atheism and how he relates to people of faith, and explains how Marxism is like a turbine car. The guys talk about comedy in the face of the cancel mob, how Adam's "No Safe Spaces" documentary foreshadowed the current cancel culture, and why a statue of any of them would be torn down. Adam's latest book is "I'm Your Emotional Support Animal: Navigating Our All Woke, No Joke Culture." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil and Al share the best response to people in power who want to censor, silence, and punish you. They offer a blueprint for standing up for what's right in a culture where conservative Christians are canceled for their beliefs. But first, Phil gives his Super Bowl review, and it's not pretty. He also talks about the sermon he preached on hope. Al and Phil get a good chuckle out of Acts 5, and Al points out how much Phil's "Duck Dynasty" experience mirrors that text. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Guests Matt Lyda of Nine Line Apparel and Jay Stone of Duck Commander talk about the veterans-only duck hunt that got Si back in the blind after beating COVID. An explosion nearby brings the ducks in. Phil breaks the “Robertson Code” of not telling your brothers what to do. Jay talks about Si's struggle with COVID. And Matt tells the story of Nine Line Apparel, his salvation, and how he uses his platform to reach others. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil and Jase answer a listener’s question about hunting public land, then tell their own public land story, where they learned some of the more peculiar Texas hunting laws. Phil gives a duck identification lesson to a Texas wildlife agent. The guys talk about the danger in looking for self-worth in social media and using reconciliation over condemnation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil, Jase, and Al talk to former New England Patriot Matt Light and ex-MLB player Adam LaRoche about the flawless prank they played on Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman. They reveal the weeks of meticulous planning behind the prank and the one moment that made it all worth it. Jase tells the hilarious story of the time Adam's wife offered him a massage and recalls the time they had an all-night Bible study. And the guys relive Robertson household pranks and discuss the importance of protecting the innocent. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil doesn't want Bernie Sanders in his boat, even in meme form. The guys talk duck-season grub and how Popeyes stacks up to Chick-fil-A. Jase weighs in on the GameStop story, hedge-fund shorts, and what he thinks of timing the stock market. Phil explains how to rob a beehive and how he learned that "Ripley's Believe It or Not!" was wrong: Bees do indeed sting at night. He also tells his version of the story Si told on his "Duck Call Room" podcast about the 27 bees that left his butt in a world of hurt. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jase says more power to the retail investors who went up against hedge funds shorting GameStop, but he's sticking with long-term investments. Phil, Jase, and Al look at what the Bible says about investing and acquiring wealth, and Jase finds a parable in Luke that makes for a good stock market analogy. The guys also discuss what the Bible tells Christians about tattoos, why you don't want to mess around with the Holy Spirit, hypocrisy in those who represent heaven, the stock market in your heart, and whether you can make the argument that scaring the hell out of people is biblical. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil gets talked into going on one last duck hunt of the season with a less than ideal crew, but he's pleasantly surprised. Jase talks about an argument over a duck hole and uses it as an example of how to keep your priorities straight and how to approach a potentially violent situation with grace. Phil brings up the idea that the church — not the government — should take care of the poor. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil doesn't remember ever running out of gas, but Jase sure does, and it reminds him of how he used to siphon gas for Phil. Al recalls the last time he burned an egg carton. And speaking of burning things, for a guy who doesn't own a cellphone, Phil knows a lot about viral explosion videos. Jase is not a fan of churches that will only baptize you if you "join." The guys also talk about the world's sorriest gas cans, and they answer two audience questions: Why did God put atheists on the Earth, and do you need to be baptized again if you fall away from your walk with God?  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil, Jase, and Al have a whole lot to say about persecuting believers, those who look down on Christians, and the spirit of boldness that emerges when the culture tries to shut you down and shut you up. Al says they're coming for us, and they want to redefine misinformation and stop "this thing" from spreading. Would Martin Luther King Jr.'s message be tolerated in today's culture? Jase finds a blueprint in Acts 4 for how to respond to persecution, and he shares a recent deli encounter that drew an unexpected crowd. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phil shares Jesus with a guy they call Evil Eye, and Evil Eye helps Al identify the bullet found near his pool. Jase spots a sandhill crane lost in the fog and ponders what it can teach us about people who lose their way and get off track. Phil shares a verse that underscores just how much God loves us. And the guys discuss censorship, why we need superheroes, the one thing that scares the daylights out of Jep Robertson, meeting Tim Tebow's wife, and what Jep did to impress Tebow. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jase's obstacle-filled "triduckathon" includes wading through a sea of raccoon crap and doing battle with a ball of fire ants. The guys remember the time Willie's expensive coffee was ruined when someone mistook him for a homeless person, and Phil recalls being directed to a shelter. Jase offers a blueprint for reaching people with Jesus and describes his pivotal "stand-up moment." And Al closes it out with a challenge for Unashamed Nation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Comments (146)

Matt Porter

I wish you guys would clarify. baptism is obedience it does not save you.

Feb 10th
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BobH

Why do ye judge when you have a log in your eye? When will you obey Jesus and give love not hate, as Jesus commands.

Jan 29th
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Caleb Shuler Sr

Satans been taking over Humanity since beginning. Persecution is just part of the deal. Prob not being a good enough Christian, if your not getting persecuted.

Jan 29th
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Matt Porter

baptism does not save you. its an outward showing. its a work.

Jan 28th
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butterfly of grace

LOL, I am training my taste buds to like spicy foods because one day I want to have a meal with y'all here or in heaven. 😁

Jan 22nd
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Patrick Clark

Regardless of one's own faith, or level of spiritual maturity, we would all be remiss if we ignore the humble nature, and deeply profound wisdom of Mr. Phil Robertson. As an added bonus, I honestly feel like I'm sitting at the table with these guys every episode. God bless you all for creating this amazing podcast. We need many more examples of strong men like The Robertsons – these days more than ever.

Jan 13th
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Steve T

what kkkristian would want to affirm their own bigotry by listening to these clouts, you say?! only the most simpleminded asks for the blind to lead the blind.

Jan 11th
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David Oros

Amen!! our Heavenly Kingdom is where it's at!

Jan 11th
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vonna posey

is there a way to get clearer audio? when I listen in my car, the ads are really loud and clear, but when the rest of you when talk, I can't get the volume louder to hear when your voices get lower. can you move closer to the mic??

Jan 11th
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Pat

anyone know where i can find Willies podcast?

Dec 31st
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butterfly of grace

Please research it. It comes from pagans.

Dec 29th
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butterfly of grace

Don't worry I listen to you over here not on ItellYouWhatToSayTube.

Dec 14th
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Mike Richter

I was taught as a child not to interrupt others!

Dec 14th
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Randy Surdyk

best dick season.. Washington state. 7 green heads a day.. Oct... to February. come on gents.

Nov 12th
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Brandi D

I enjoy Si so much! Thanks for doing these :) Love y'all!

Nov 12th
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David Zettlemoyer

please pray for me. my wife and I are going thru a really rough time. I'm trying to get my way back to christ and with all that is going on, I just keep failing. thank you for this pod cast. I appreciate it. I watched the TV show and grew fond of you people and your stand for Christ. I need a lot of help and prayer. thank you and bless you all.

Nov 12th
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Gir Zim

these breaks are brutal..

Nov 4th
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E J

👍👍

Oct 11th
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Chris Cochran

came across this podcast yesterday. it's my new companion during my drive to and from work, while having my lunch break, and even now sitting on the deck with my morning coffee and following along with my Bible

Oct 7th
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Scott Darden

😎

Oct 5th
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